tv [untitled] August 5, 2012 7:30am-8:00am EDT
welcome to our team for the latest still be cleanly of those in syria only a decisive battle for aleppo is asked the lady international peace efforts stumble a mediator heading for the exit and the un has slammed its own security council for failing to nine and work out a solution to the syrian crisis. the trial of the russian punk group pussy riot evokes a chorus of responses from artists and politicians from all around the world three members could spend up to seven years in prison for performing and todd who stands
in the country's main orthodox cathedral. and the regime protests are gathering force and gulf region saudi arabia's crackdown on dissent is claiming more lives dozens have been arrested and injured involved part demonstrators demanded more freedoms from its monarchy. russia's famous or by call more mainline for more than four thousand kilometers making it one of the longest railways in the world up next we bring you the story of the people whose lives and fates revolve around it. name is never out of the devastation it's almost be i am.
it's really nice to see a nice to see if it was good cause your good self just fine it was. like. i'm on my way to the village you have to tell you right now my custom is a waiting for me they're. all in one boy. and adults alike in my client's associate job i have. has a long waiting list of customers she's the only hairstylist catering to several villages along the famous main line thought. it was the most ambitious railway project of the soviet era the whole plan was a large scale battle of man against nature but the war was lost with the collapse of the soviet union yet many people continue to live on the land that had been claimed.
i was young and inexperienced when i came here i just wanted to see the world and put myself to the test also it was difficult to find a job in ukraine at the time i can't say my first impression of the price was inspiring now i live with my husband our daughter is all grown up and is a mass of money our son even is old. is a complete optimist she believes in. one can find a job anywhere as long as they're ambitious enough lainer has built a successful business out of making the residents of the many villages look beautiful as it turns out good looks are in great demand even in fake forest. big hair stylist was my childhood dream. my other ambition was to be a trolley bus driver of all things. whenever i boarded
a bus tried to take note of what the driver was doing. i thought it might come in handy in the future when. have you got any customers. you should want so i'm out of luck today i'm afraid you are. you may resent having to wait their turn. but when people go on vacation i stay put even at the weekend sometimes i reserve a day off for myself but there's an even then i have to report for why. the round a hundred customers a month on average sometimes i get pretty time when i shop in a village people expect me to do my job obviously everyone wants attention and understanding from me they want to be good looking and i hope that's what i can do
for them i laugh twelve or fourteen hours on end when i'm on the may but i don't get tired on such occasions i find it intriguing to see how my work changes pay phone. or how you freshly holiday. when he has been driving around the far east or by car here in a car how about you in a job it's a bit of a headache i can't stand it yet. you and away. from these the brakes. brakes or at least. some of them does and there's a form a so-called railway warrior he was among those who battled against the elements while laying tracks deep in the tiger. was twenty five years ago i was drafted into the army from kazakhstan. working what i wanted to earn money by working as
a builder. and that's when they paid pretty handsome money. it only took just a couple of years to earn enough to buy a car and that was never possible before. we worked in shifts for fifteen days at a time then we were off for another fifteen days so on. the back of the new hardware for the bike mainline was tested on the sports see that they could stand up to the rigors of the northern climate there would give them a book you therefore it would be sent back to the plant to be fixed or upgrade it. in any case it was assumed that all specialists were continually learning to cope with the new equipment. construction work on the buy column or mainline lasted for about a hundred years even incredibly harsh weather conditions could not stop the progress on the line. the final phase began in the nineteen seventies somersaulted
returned home after making some money here but then he got married had kids and ultimately gave up the idea of returning. to. first i had doubts about staying on here. but now i have no regrets i think if i live my life over again i do it the same way. the bicolor more main line stretches more than four thousand kilometers making it one of the world's longest railways lino the hairdresser shuttles between small population centers along it in soviet times the world plans to turn them into large towns with a strong infrastructure but the project lost its funding after the collapse of the soviet union with local women living in small villages in the backwoods take good care of themselves i know from past because i see them doing my trips they make a point of following the latest trends in fashion the men much different to the women. who do. i
visit each of the villages once a month if i have to stay away because of illness so any other reason they coom. because they are already waiting to see me i drop a schedule of visits for three months or hairs and put up notes in that my customers who know in advance when they'll say me if they sign up for some particular day in this where know beforehand how many customers want to see me through you because how long i'll be staying with my visit. during your. hello. hi good to see you. must be tired from work take a c. . but stuff to go on now there is only one daily train from two toll to indonesia we spend nearly six hours travelling there if something were to
go wrong we would be stranded here plays don't land here because there is no airfield. when the whims of this cultural club is in the village of two told one of the villagers along the by column or main line of last year mark is this anniversary. has lived in the village for twenty years she came here after a stint in the logging business nowadays she put on performances at the club and even though she's never had any special training believes they make life for the children more interesting. more right well done standing on your heels. or them thinking of their ideal rehearsal's in this hall. you almost look at your real look like you walked out of a fairy tale told a stately beautiful take off those glasses you don't need them now oh my i can fall
down now don't worry i'll help you were important now with your right foot forward . oh no do it like this roger shoulders and begin moving and look straight ahead and troll around to show off your lovely dress my skirt will go up if i see that around it's ok nobody's going to look under it then when you and don't stare at the floor and what that what they will like this post charlie that's a good girl you know he has in this position now in turn around and go. to the other was rehearsing a performance to mark russian youth day the idea is to parade costumes made by the children themselves. the material is nothing more elaborate than what people normally throw away sweet wrappers disposable kitchenware and plastic bags thanks to things made of recycled trash are all the rage with other villages as well as
the children attending the club over to the but when i came here there were seven hundred villagers most of them were young people if they enjoyed the club the disco so much that the hall was always packed as if you know there are only about three hundred forty five people left in the village but i can say for sure the i.p.t. the kids. they have nothing to occupy themselves with especially their bodies and there are no support groups or classes where children can learn to dance and i'm not a professional simply i take these things close to hardly because it started singing and dancing classes when i was a pupil i do wish there was a true professional who could teach the kids. there isn't one here we don't have many of the things that children in other places have. iraqi people for example to these parts in the old days some of the one of the elite here like native americans in a reservation. world
. war. the railway crosses eleven full flowing rivers seven mountain ranges vast expanses of permafrost and areas of high seismic activity in soviet times eight tunnels one hundred forty two bridges were built along its route today the bicolor more mainline can't pay for itself but there is hope that it will be revived in the future people here believe that the development of new mineral deposits would attract more trains to the
with mike stronger for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune in to kaiser report on r t. v. we're getting cold but i'm not a fan it's i like very much and thanks if they are natives of this region my trips that always a very interesting experience. linux travels grueling distances across the harsh tiger mission to make sure the women of the russia can feel. the heavy seas but those guys out there right now are a great. kind. but then this is the alleyways a ball not falling is another possibility. even
a mole dependent on the what. the photo shoot people everywhere like a nice hack. any problem is that events have the cat i need to see to it that it's in harmony with the face of people named paul not prefer found sea had spirit you mr rich can wish for. joy something like that will do but be sure to trim it here will make it short my head aches because of the hair. the folk do you speak the of inky language sure i do. but my husband gets upset when i talk to my mother tongue they where he probably things them and salting him. does he get angry
sometimes in any case i put him in his place without mincing words i think that's the right thing to do. but soon marina why. the work. we've been here for wood for the night is put up in a shop a week in advance so there's no need for me you know either that i'm coming in a small village news rose quickly mike wildfire moved in with new. yes most of the customers visit me on a regular basis push the usual but i always have new clients as well which lets wash your hair. point from over a week i have to work hard. and they trust me because they know i won't let them down. with them or you could you please
come in. you can see the conditions in which i have to walk but i can't do anything about town. so that's what my plan a visit says each month right then and each time there's a crowd when you're bored go forward to them she's like family she brings joy to this village when she's done the women feel content and proud now they look more beautiful.
the. google a cousin of mine often tried to persuade me to come to town to live even reserved a flat for me and i said i wasn't going anywhere like a bear sticking to his day and my cousin said you all of us here are like beers. and their children have left the village the day stay on because they feel this is their native land she may not be conscious of it but when you were a child but you become aware of it as you grow older you know the border you know every single fence shrub and hill are covered with you spend three years ago marina up and old girl became murder obama after working as a teacher in the local school the husband is a hunter both have now become so accustomed slifer in the tiger they don't know how it's possible to lead a normal life in the city but as i am with you it is about what a civilization is a civilized person is not necessarily one who lives in
a big city at the last person is somebody who knows what they want to know and read what they like reading they get out for the smile and go to bed with a smile they do good and most likely live by the bible. yes it is that the my column or main line is our link to civilization board our boats was across the sea taking people to and from the station for us to be a am is a way to civilization water was not the boats it is that the few people that remain here have taken root in this land out of the enthusiasm of the b.m. builders is long gone about a block or news of the river is just a railway station now did you see those grandiose railway stations we thought they should be for a big sprawling city but why not villages with a population of one thousand on his stance but then people do live everywhere. i first tried out my hair dressing skills at the age of eleven i trimmed
a neighbour's fringe it was the disaster. my ambitions never went beyond the headdress is career even now i felt i don't know much about my occupation i want to know it inside out i would like to bring more creativity. in for us when you take off that hot new kid house out of her granddaughter or she goes to kindergarten or do another one is having fun at summer camp what about your eldest here with work was she doing housekeeping the right she does the washing and cooking and feeds her husband is she going to college yes or your social begin to tell him to try to get into college she wants
to be an economist or else she might try medical school in that case she'll need to brush up on her biology and chemistry. is the only place where i don't pay rent. charges me nothing for using part of the show why she was. and. you can heat water here in no time. yes we need most of all. the size and i are very good friends. and i'm quite comfortable where. i lived for thirty three years here. to begin with i brought in the sales girl in developed of their bigger voice. and then moved to take a course or to vocational training school records to a different form. but. after graduation i was given
a job in another village i got married and came to bombing uk. i love it. besides my husband's son i'm buried here. think i'll leave this place. village as a shop that sells an unlikely assortment of goats a plush mammoth might be displayed alongside me dumplings and watering plants. works in this one. i got married when i was twenty three. when i came here to work and i said to my two girlfriends that you guys are going to be mine. to ball now back to live topple it to gether. for you until the day he was run over by a tractor working in the field. just so he's six years of age that was twenty three years ago sistan i've brought up my children
alone. today really i'll soon be at home and i'll need a bit of rest let's do it tomorrow agle up bring some milk. linens husband igor is a railway worker in the village of this job is to see that the wagons hired to carry cargo arena order when lehner is away igor looks after the household. you're one of forty one frightened because i don't get frightened enough your workday you can get killed for a pittance you see and she always goes around alone but god has been most so far you know but i've no idea of what i would do if something happened to her most likely i'd make short work of the people then and there. you might expect to come
across a railway man or a rescue worker or a hunter out here but perhaps not a confection of working toward a simple human pleasures are in demand even here marina much like lena is a successful business woman although her enterprise is a little sweeter. that was three years ago my niece was about to get married i thought i'd make a cake myself instead of buying it from a shop i wanted to to be the biggest cake ever made in our village somewhere so i use my imagination to with at first i made some dry short cakes but they were too small then i made larger cakes covering a big plate it took me a whole week to finish the job i was in a cellar all the time because it wasn't tolerably hot outside in june and the cream melted i was something of a phone laughingstock but later they gave me a power. resupply and kept peeping in to see whether i was still alive out of the i
had wanted the cake to be a fairy tale proportions and indeed it whilst. but a corker of a broom a hairdresser is something of a psychologist some of the girls' school fitness work if they don't like something . or. not she remains calm only i have no idea why you think it's probably because she studied freud when she was still quite young anyway she always runs a common language with our customers for. our own needs and must nuff patients to be able to keep living i'm working the last half so fox i think about four years will day after that i want to put some plans into effect of course loan the money for that. my
idea is to move to. a crane build a house and raise my son. because lane of the children is the only hairdresser will turn out just a car and. none of the locals have come forward to learn the art. she lives in hopes of somebody who shares her passion for work and for the buy column or main line will one day appear. one. hundred of them living here. by forty acres and nineteen ninety three and decided it would be
a great place to find the belle of a home and retire. there she is what we call it our new neighbor neighbor seven. we have seventy acres here and i can convince them that they need to drill somewhere besides two hundred feet from. the needs of a growing economy also means expanding our domestic production of oil and natural gas which are vital fuel for transportation electricity and manufacturing this is for india's problems with it before we didn't run at all and then. you know our flaws are not toxic and we get a lot of it there's a lot of mis understanding of what exactly in the fluids. said you can load here unless you come out here and live in my house for a week. i have no rights.